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New Viewpoints on Indonesia’s Independence

Monday, October 25, 2021

The Rijksmuseum, the Netherlands’ main museum, will roll out Revolusi!, a big exhibition on Indonesia. It promises to be a unique presentation on Indonesia’s Independence War. Indonesian experts have been involved in the exhibition since the very beginning.

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A photo on display in the Revolution! Indonesië Onafhankelijk exhibition depicting three young Indonesians walking in the sidewalk in Yogyakarta, December 1947. Copyright: Hugo Wilmar/Dutch National Archive/Spaarnestad Collection . tempo : 172132642278.

AMSTERDAM’s Rijksmuseum is getting ready to show a different face from its usual image as being the center of Dutch masters the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer. A major exhibition with the catching title Revolusi! Indonesië Onafhankelijk (Revolution! Indonesia’s Independence) will open on February 11, 2022 and run until June 6.

“This exhibition will, among other things, focus on the people who went through this period


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